They look pretty nice.I haven't seem much for headlight work with our cars and I'm really not digging the whole chrome look so I decided to take the leap and see what would happen and I ended up with this
Bumper stayed on? How did you accomplish it?No bumper removed and the projector is just held in either three screws, I'm not an expert on lights I'm more on the machanical side of things so I'm not sure what you mean by bi-xenon lol
I noticed them gone, and immeditly thought YESSSS you are a smart man. I can't stand the plastic light diffuser. Id rather see the leds directly like you. I think I know what I'm doing this weekend. Its supposed to be 100 here in Portland. Did you bake them or heat gun them open? I usually bake mine but these kind look to big for my oven. I've been waiting to black out my headlights completely on the inside. Not with lens tint. GOod job on yours. I need to do mine, while the seal is still new and fresh and easy to peal apart.Yes AugmentedF5 I did and I gotta say it looks a whole lot better not sure as to why they would cover up the LED's like they did, On my girlfriends 2016 kia rio you can see the LED lights clearly (and they look 100% better in my opinion) haha. Thanks alot GotBoost?, I'm going to be installing the Y pipe and taking out the muffler to see how well the air flows then. I already have a few upgrades, CAI, gutted second cat, hot pipe upgrade, I am going to try and save for the tune or a FMIC next.